Melodifestivalen live photo feed

Scanpix live photo feed

Scanpix cooperate with Shootitlive to offer newspapers a live photo feed from the Melodifestival final in Globen on March 12. As soon as the photographers take new photos, they will automatically appear on all sites that embeds the Shootitlive player. Live photos will be streaming in during the TV broadcast and continue from the after party.

Contact Jonas Jonsson at Scanpix to get access to the live photo feed. jonas.jonsson@scanpix.se or +468-738 38 12

Getting ready for Europe with a new investor

Voogly, the company behind the live photo and video service Shootitlive welcomes Första Entreprenörsfonden as a new investor

– With the support of our investor, we can now build an organization that can handle international expansion, said Martin Levy, CEO Voogly.

Första Entreprenörsfonden invests in growth companies in which the value growth has the potential to be > 10 within a period of five years.
– The founders of Shootitlive has set a new standard for online photo journalism and we are impressed by how quickly Shootitlive managed to expand in the Nordic region, says Pelle Snårelid, Partner, Första Entreprenörsfonden.

The money will be used for international expansion of the Shootitlive service, which helps newspapers to live publish photos and video clips. Currently Voogly has customers in Sweden, Finland, Norway and Denmark such as Aftonbladet, Iltalehti, Verdens Gang, and Ekstra Bladet.

Voogly is now recruiting staff to accelerate the development of Shootitlive with new features and to reach new customer groups.
– We are looking for developers who want to change the way newspapers are working with photo and video, said Martin Levy


Shootitlive helps newspapers to live publish professional photos and video clips. The service is intended for websites, where on-the-field photographers publish photos and video clips of current events live as they unfold, from any location with 3G coverage. Shoot It Live / Voogly AB was founded 2008 and is today used by Scandinavia’s largest newspapers in their online publications.

Första Entreprenörsfonden (First Entrepreneur Fund) generates high returns through a unique approach in which we evaluate, develop, and invest in successful entrepreneurs. Since the fund was established in 2005, we have evaluated more than 500 companies and invested in 14 entrepreneurial companies in three annual funds in 2007, 2009 and 2010. Each investment has a sharp focus on the entrepreneur combined with the business opportunity at hand. Första Entreprenörsfonden firmly believes that a strong entrepreneur, working in a well-functioning team, is a recipe for a successful business

Shootitlive: http://www.shootitlive.com
Shootitlive News: http://www.shootitlive.com/news
Shootitlive Press (images / logo): http://www.shootitlive.com/about/press/

For more information, contact:
Martin Levy, Founder and CEO Shootitlive / Voogly AB, +4673-150 00 22
martin@shootitlive.com
Pelle Snårelid, Partner, Första Entreprenörsfonden, +4670-990 40 25
pelle.snarelid@forstaentreprenorsfonden.se

Shootitlive for iPhone

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Shootitlive for iPhone in the AppStore Now!

We just launched the Shootitlive iPhone app which lets you capture photos and videos and upload to the Shootitlive system or to any FTP or SFTP server. You can add captions, bylines and upload files in original or compressed resolution.
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The Shootitlive app was developed with video in focus, as the professional cameras that supports video does not work well with 3G (huge files). It really is the perfect complement to the professional camera as it always will be in your pocket, let you write captions, has good photo quality and awesome video quality.

It’s free during x-mas so hurry up and download it here


Features:
– Capture video/photo or upload files from library (incl albums)- Upload to any FTP/SFTP server (save servers as bookmarks)
– 720p HD uploads (iPhone 4) over wifi & the carrier network
– Capture with compression to upload media files faster (save bandwidth & time)
– Enter byline and caption for photos (get saved as EXIF data)
– Upload several files at once (queue)
– Great tool for web-developers and to make backups of photos/videos- Upload video/photos in the background (multitasking)
– Compatible with Shootitlive live publishing system (www.shootitlive.com)
– Need IOS 4.1 or greater

Video
Video clips sent to Shootitlive will automatically be encoded and pushed out to the player on your site in the exact same way as with photos. Videos are h.264/mp4 encoded and works in the Shootitlive flash player and in our upcoming HTML5 player.

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Merry X-mas and happy new year

//The Shootitlive team

Shootitlive 2010 in review

Just before 2010 became 2011, we launched Shootitlive for iPhone, resigned Aftonbladet, signed Expressen and had a successful launch in Finland with Iltalehti and Ilta-Sanomat as new customers.

In this very late chronicle I’ll try to summarize a very eventful year that ended on top.

January
During the first days of January, we moved our servers taro, capa and admin from Glesys, Zetup and ipeer to the Amazon EC2 cloud. We have been using Amazon S3 to store all our data and Amazon Cloud Front for distribution (CDN) for a long time. The move went very smooth and without any downtime. At the same time we changed the host address from *. livebloggen.se to *. shootitlive.com.

Right before Christmas in the final days of 2009 we resigned Aftonbladet for another year and at the end of January we signed Sundsvalls Tidning, Gefle Dagblad and Arbetarbladet.

In connection with the reporting from the Haiti disaster, Aftonbladet used Shootitlive to live publish a photo feed and several other newspapers embedded a twitter widget displaying tweets with hashtags #haiti on their front pages. This was the start of something we had campaigned for during a long time – for newspaper to include live twitter feeds in their live reporting coverage. And that was the reason we launched twitter support in the Shootitlive player a year earlier.

At the end of January IDG Proffsfoto published the article “Låt läsarna vara med via Shootitlive

February
Both the Olympics and the Eurovision Song Contest began in mid-February. Aftonbladet live published photos from all major Olympic events. And from Eurovision Song contest they live published from the rehersal the day before, from the main day and then from the after party. And they did this every week for the complete 6-week duration of the Eurovision.

In February, we signed the Serbian leading sports site Sportska Centrala.

March
Aftonbladet continued live publishing from the Olympics and the Eurovision song contest and the photographer Andreas Bardell took ‘gold in the live publishing“. Andreas became the first in the world again to publish photos from multiple winning races. Andreas was first in the world to publish photos from Usain Bolt’s 200m records the year before when the winning photo was published on aftonbladet 45 seconds after Usain had won the race.

Shootitlive sponsored the Picture of the year award in Örebro. Nerikes Allehanda live published photos and the Shootitlive player, showing tweets in real time, was embedded on a number of sites such as DN.se

In connection with the Eurovision Song Contest final Aftonbladet launched it’s SuperLive as a new way to follow the event live. SuperLive consist of web-tv, twitter feeds, live chats and live photos and videos in the Shootitlive player.

The magazine Kamera & Bild wrote about Shootitlive and Aftonbladet’s SuperLive here and MKSE wrote about it here

April
We’re releasing support for video. Video files that are sent to Shootitlive directly from a camera at the event, via FTP, or uploaded via our website immediately gets encoded and published in the Shootitlive player. We recommend short, unedited clips that get mixed with photos. The feedback is very positive and Danish Ekstra Bladet started to live publish videos right away.

We went to Norway to meet with VG, Dagbladet and Scanpix. We also met up with Eirik H. Urke for coffee that we previously had come in touch with via twitter and who later on become the Shootitlive Country Manager Norway.

We sign with Denmark’s leading newspaper Politiken and with Svenska Dagbladet and Dagens Nyheter.

May
We’re launching support for Videoplaza Monetizer so our customers can make money from their live coverage. Ekstra Bladet is again the fastest to start displaying advertisements in the Shootitlive player but DN is not far behind.

While we’re in Copenhagen to meet with Politiken and Ekstra Bladet which we resign for another year, we get contacted by both VG and Dagbladet who want to sign up to become customers. The calls came completely independent of each other and with 30 minutes apart. It was an awesome afternoon, which was celebrated with a beer at Ströget before we flew home.

We went to London to meet with Canon Europe’s marketing director, to discuss the expansion of our Nordic cooperation to the rest of Europe.

The Norwegians are quick to get started with Shootitlive.Dagbladet live published photos from demonstrations in Athens and VG used four live photo and video feeds from the Eurovison song contest.

June
Early June is all about planning and preparation for the royal wedding. While Shootitlive is used daily by both Aftonbladet and Ekstra Bladet who live publishes from almost all World Cup matches in South Africa.

Our cooperation with the photo agency Scanpix got started with the royal wedding where they sold live photo feeds to newspapers all around Europe.

Marcus Jerräng from IDG’s Computer Sweden wrote an article about us “The Royal Wedding a boost for Swedish IT Company“. The article is very good and resulted in a lot of attention.

Over 25 sites used Shootitlive on their front pages during the royal wedding and we pushed out over 60 000 gigabytes of data which was a big time record for us.

Aftonbladet also showed ads in the Shootitlive player (Videoplaza Served) for the first time during the royal wedding, which was immensely appreciated by the advertisers.

July
July started with us moving out from our office. We had been renting our office location from a PR agency’s premises on Kungsgatan for a long time. But now they started to bring in more tenants and it was getting crowded. We moved to an office on Döbelnsgatan while we simultaneously begin the hunt for our own office.

I went on holiday with my wife and friends to Greece and Eivind spent his vacation on the west coast.

August
We start to develop our HTML5 player, continue looking for a new office and had meetings with a lot of potential partners. We had follow-up meeting with Scanpix on our collaboration on the royal wedding which resulted in a signed agreement for further cooperations.

Eirik H. Urke, who we met in Norway in April, came and visited us in Stockholm. Eirik is as dedicated as we are when it comes to live reporting and we revealed the news that Eirik was the new Shootitlive Country Manager in Norway

Martin Agfors from the IDG magazine Proffs Foto interviewed us, which resulted in this article.

September
We went to Norway and met VG and Scanpix.
Shootitlive live publishes the world’s best aurora photos. Together with the Abisko Tourist Office, Canon and Shootitlive, visitors to the Aurora sky station website can see photos that are updated around the clock.

We met with potential investors and business angels while we started to look for devs to hire and held a bunch of interviews.

Our customers have not yet got started with video on the scale we had hoped for. The reason is that the videos produced by the cameras are huge (in megabytes) making them impossible to send using 3G.
Therefore we begin to sketch out a Shootitlive iPhone app just to be able to shoot video with good quality and being able to live to publish them quickly and easily.

It’s time for the Swedish elections on September 19th. Aftonbladet, Svenska Dagbladet, Dagens Nyheter, NA and VLT live published photos using Shootitlive and Scanpix provided a live photofeed to a bunch of newspapers.

October
Yay! We are moving into the brand new Shootitlive HQ at Atlas (St. Eriksplan)

Having beta tested our HTML5 players with Aftonbladet, we launched it for all customers as a fallback, i.e. when visitors does not have flash installed or using iPhone/iPad the HTML5 player is displayed. Henrik Norrman who studies computer science begins his eight-week internship with us, where he immediately starts to further develop our system for statistics and logging.

On October 13th we went to Finland to meet with the two biggest tabloids Ilta-Sanomat and Iltalehti. They were not using live coverage at the time, but was very interested in to start doing that as they glanced at the Swedish, Norwegian and Danish newspapers. They both wanted to test Shootitlive, which they did in the following week without any hassle as they already were used to send photos over 3G.

November
We are beta testing our first beta version of Shootitlive for iPhone with a customer. We are in the Philippines with PokerStars who are using Shootitlive to live publish photos and video clips from the poker tournament APPT: Cebu.

At the end of the month we went to London to meet with The Sun. They are very interested to test live publishing and we shall jointly select a few specific events that they will use Shootitlive from.

Earlier I mentioned back in may when we were in Copenhagen and was told that both the Norwegian VG and Dagbladet wanted to become customers. The same crazy thing happened while we were in London. Within 30 minutes both Finnish newspapers Ilta-Sanomat and Iltalehti contacted us to become customers. We celebrated with pints and fish ‘n chips on Oxford street before we went back to Stockholm.

December
We went to Berlin to meet with Germany’s largest tabloid Bildt and then with the newspaper Die Welt. They will test Shootitlive for a few selected events and hopefully thereafter become customers.

We continued our conversations with investors and came to an agreement just before Christmas. They started their DD-process (due diligence = where they check all our references) and we will hopefully be able to reveal all details in January.

I had a total of eight meetings with Aftonbladet before we came to an agreement just two days before Christmas Eve. Aftonbladet is our oldest customer and have live published photos and video with Shootitlive since 2008 and now they will use Shootitlive another year. And one day before New Years Eve we finally came to an agreement with Expressen to start using Shootitlive.

It has been a extremely fun and eventful year. But we are confident that 2011 will be even better. We hope to reveal new investors at the beginning of the year and then start recruiting for the conquest of Europe!

/ Martin

Signing Promedia

I’m happy to announce that we signed a framework agreement with Promedia and its 13 local newspapers. Read press release below.

Stay posted for more client announcements as these coming month will be super busy.

Press release, Stockholm 28 sep 2010

Promedia signs framework agreement with Shoot it live to live publish video and photos to its 13 local newspaper websites

The Promedia Group consists of 13 local papers were Nerikes Allehanda (NA.se) and Vestmanlands Läns Tidning (VLT.se) are the largest sites with about 140,000 respectively 95,000 visitors each week.

– Live reporting is something we are investing heavily in and with Shoot it live the Promedia newspapers will offer visitors even better live reporting with photos and video, says Stefan Källström, Project Manager at Promedia

Nerikes Allehanda (NA.se) kick started its live reporting with Shoot it live during the summer and have so far live published more than 15 times. Everything from student celebration, O-ringen (orientation race), football matches to the royal visit in Örebro.

Vestmanlands Läns Tidning (VLT.se) has quickly begun live publishing with Shoot it live. During the Election Day, VLT.se live published photos from both the Alliansen and the Röd grönas premises and before that from the Allsvenskan hockey premiere.

– At VLT.se we continuously look for ways to improve ourselves. With Shoot it live, our visitors now can see the latest photos live from the field. Recently we live published from the Alliansen and the Röd grönas premises which was extremely popular with our visitors, says Kenneth Eriksson, Form and Presentation Manager at Vestmanlands Läns Tidning

– We are very pleased that Promedia choose to live publish with Shoot it live. Live reporting is equally suitable for both national and local newspapers and is something that visitors really appreciate, says Martin Levy, Founder and CEO Voogly AB.

Promedia operates newsprint and distribution operations in central Sweden and consists of the former NA and VLT groups’ activities. The company is part of the Stampen Group.

Shoot it live helps newspapers to live publish professional photos and video clips. The service is intended for websites, where on-the-field photographers publish photos and video clips of current events live as they unfold, from any location with 3G coverage. Shoot It Live / Voogly AB (previously Livebloggen) was founded 2008 and is today used by Scandinavia’s largest newspapers in their online publications.

Shoot It Live: http://www.shootitlive.com
Shoot It Live News: http://www.shootitlive.com/news
Shoot It Live Press (picture/logo): http://www.shootitlive.com/contact

For more information, please contact:

Martin Levy, Founder and CEO, Shoot It Live / Voogly AB
+4673-150 00 22
martin@shootitlive.com

Stefan Källström, Project Manager at Promedia
+4670-735 53 06
stefan.kallstrom@promedia.se

Voogly AB
Döbelnsgatan 65, Stockholm
E-mail: hello@shootitlive.com
Vi är superglada att kunna meddela att vi tecknat ett ramavtal med Promedia och deras 13 lokaltidningar. Läs pressmeddelandet nedan.

Election Day in photos and numbers

It looks like the Election Day resulted in traffic records at several sites yesterday.
Shoot it live was used on the landing page of Aftonbladet (Super Live), SvD (Realtid), DN and VLT. Medievärlden has gone through the election sites and crowns the best here

During the Election Day, we pushed out 803 photos which generated traffic of nearly 4 TB (3,765 Gigabyte) and 233 millions requests (233,271,420)

The newspapers relied on Shoot it live for live publishing to the web (as usual) but also for transportation of hi-res photos for the paper edition. And we are very proud to have the confidence to perform such a key function of the newspaper workflow!

Entering the Norwegian market

Entering the Norwegian market and welcoming Eirik H. Urke as Country Manager
We are so incredibly fascinated by how many visitors Norway’s largest tabloid sites attract each week. With a population of 5M people, Norway’s largest tabloid sites VG and Dagbladet, attracts approximately 3.5M respectively. 2.2M visitors every week (TNS-Gallup stats)

70% vs. 50%
If you divide Aftonbladet’s weekly visits (5M) with the Swedish population of 9M you get 55 I.e. 55% of the Swedish population visit Aftonbladet.se each week (this is of course not completely true, as the definition of unique / unique visitor is only unique for a limited period of time). But if you make the same calculation with VG’s statistics you get 70. I.e. 70% of Norway’s population visits vg.no each week.

So of course, Norway is an incredibly attractive market for Shoot it live. Not just for the Internet penetration and tabloid sites visitor statistics, but also how far ahead they are to use the web medium. Several Norwegian sites are heavy users of live reporting with Twitter, chat, Live TV, and we believe now it’s the time for them to start live publish photos and video clips!

“The Norwegian photo journalism’s future is called Eirik H. Urke”
The above has been said several times about our brand new Norwegian Country Manager Eirik H. Urke. After some interesting retweet’s during the spring of 2010, we began to follow Eirik on twitter, and when we were in Norway a few weeks later we hooked up for a cup of coffee. Eirik had exactly the same view of the challenges and future of photojournalism as we had. How the web becomes increasingly more important and how the daily way of working needs to change and adapt.

Eirik H. Urke

Say hi to Eirik on twitter, eirik@shootitlive.com or visit his web site gigapix.no
Read Eiriks blog post about joining the Shoot it live team here

“New time for photojournalism”
Eirik posted a very interesting blog post (that quickly got many comments) about this later, “New time for photojournalism” (translated from Norwegian):

With the introduction of the web, social media and new technology Norwegian photojournalists have better possibilities than ever to improve photojournalism. More photos, more important photos, more recent photos, photos that says more and can reach new readers. There are new business models and generally fantastic opportunities to tell journalistic stories in a new way.

All these possibilities are open to everybody, but are used in a very limited extent by the Norwegian media. Who is it that hold back, is it the Managers or the photographers….

We are extremely pleased that Eirik H. Urke, with his knowledge, beliefs and extensive network of contacts, is our Country Manager in Norway. Read the full press release below:

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Press release, Stockholm 08 sep 2010
Entering the Norwegian market and welcoming Eirik H. Urke as Country Manager
Shoot it live has quickly established itself as the leading service for live publishing of photos in Sweden and Denmark and it is now time to offer Norwegian newspapers Shoot it live

Norwegian newspapers are in the forefront in terms of live reporting by using twitter, chat and live-TV. In proportion to the population Norwegian tabloids are among the world’s largest newspapers on the web. Therefore Voogly AB is now launching Shoot it live on the Norwegian market and welcome Eirik H. Urke as Country Manager in Norway. Eirik has background as a journalist, web editor, and photographer and also holds frequent lectures on the future of photojournalism.

– With the introduction of the web, social media and new technologies Norwegian photojournalists are more likely than ever to improve photojournalism. Shoot it live is a service that allows faster and more important photos that can be monetized and Norwegian newspapers are ready for live publishing, says Eirik H. Urke, Country Manager Norway, Shoot it live

– We are very pleased that Eirik is our Country Manager in Norway and we look forward to soon be able to present our first Norwegian Shoot it live customers, says Martin Levy, Founder and CEO Voogly / Shoot it live.

Shoot it live helps newspapers to live publish professional photos and video clips. The service is intended for websites, where on-the-field photographers publish photos and video clips of current events live as they unfold, from any location with 3G coverage. Shoot It Live / Voogly AB (previously Livebloggen) was founded 2008 and is today used by Scandinavia’s largest newspapers in their online publications.

Shoot It Live: http://www.shootitlive.com
Shoot It Live News: http://www.shootitlive.com/news
Shoot It Live Press (picture/logo): http://www.shootitlive.com/contact

For more information, please contact:

Martin Levy, Founder and CEO, Shoot It Live / Voogly AB
+4673-150 00 22
martin@shootitlive.com

Eirik H. Urke, Country Manager Norway, Shoot It Live / Voogly AB
+479 016 14 07
eirik@shootitlive.com

Voogly AB
Döbelnsgatan 65, Stockholm
E-mail: hello@shootitlive.com

3G Routers

When we started Shoot It Live 2008, there were no battery powered 3G routers available on the Nordic market. In the US there were several devices on the market with the Mi-Fi from Verizon getting the most attention. We tried many different 3G routers, which we ordered online from US, and many smart phones with different router software installed. But no router or solution lived up to our very high demand of simplicity. That was until we got in contact with Cradlepoint and started to test their PHS-300 router.

Read the case study of how Shoot It Live customers use Cradlepoint products here
We started to promote and resell Cradlepoint PHS-300 routers to our customers and later on the Cradlepoint CTR-500 equipped with a Tekkeon external battery. The CTR-500 has a Ethernet port, which is great on locations with a lot of wireless signals, and the Tekkeon battery as it get you more than 5.5 hour of juice.

Shoot It Live is often used on locations were there’s no open Wi-Fi network available. And often were there is a press wi-fi network available on places such as sport arenas or TV studios there’s very often problems with the connection. The 2.4 GHz Wi-Fi signals can easily get shaky and especially on locations with many wireless signals – which usually is the case on big, broadcasted sports events. That’s why a press photographer that needs to live publish photos can’t rely on those connections all the time.

Another problem connecting to these press wi-fi network is that they usually are open (no encryption) and redirect a user to a web page to login. The problem is that the cameras don’t have a built in browser, which makes it impossible to use services like that. We hope this will change when the camera manufactures implement support for WISPr XML so devices without a browser still let’s the user enter login and password.

As many other in the industry we hope that the next generation of wi-fi transmitters from the camera manufactures will hold a sim card slot.When we started Shoot It Live 2008, there were no battery powered 3G routers available on the Nordic market. In the US there were several devices on the market with the Mi-Fi from Verizon getting the most attention. We tried many different 3G routers, which we ordered online from US, and many smart phones with different router software installed. But no router or solution lived up to our very high demand of simplicity. That was until we got in contact with Cradlepoint and started to test their PHS-300 router.


Royal Wedding Statistics

Shoot It Live delivered the live photo feed to The Swedish Royal Court

Shoot It Live delivered the live photo feed to The Swedish Royal Court

Shoot It Live hit a record in use during the Royal Wedding
Over 25 sites was using Shoot It Live to display live photo feeds, and most sites displayed the player on the landing page, which of course generates a lot of traffic. Our cooperation with Scanpix was a success and we hope to offer similar services in the future.

And in regards to traffic – it was huge!
We have since last Friday pushed out over 60 TB data. That’s 60.000 GigaByte data, consisting of small jpeg images with an average size of 30 KiloBytes each. At the same time we had over 1.7 billion requests (1,704,897,046 HTTP Requests)

In addition to all the photo feeds from the Royal wedding, both Aftonbladet, Politiken and Ekstra Bladet were using Shoot It Live from the World Cup in South Africa.

Videoplaza ads
Aftonbladet also ran ads in the Shoot It Live player for the first time. Since April Shoot It Live supports Videoplaza Monetizer and can show ads as preroll, mideroll or overlay. And because it’s Videoplaza, it’s smart, beautiful and outstanding. I do not know whether or not Aftonbladet or Videoplaza want to go out with statistics on ads served, but I know it was a huge amount.

Among the +25 sites that used Shoot It Live during the weekend there were sites in Germany, Finland, France, Denmark, Norway and Sweden.
See some links and screen shots below.

The Royal Wedding coverage

http://www.dagbladet.no/
http://www.bunte.de/royals/hochzeit-kronprinzessin-victoria/
http://www.iltasanomat.fi/uutiset/victoria/
http://sverigesradio.se/sida/default.aspx?programid=3097
http://www.sweden.se/
http://www.sweden.se/eng/Home/Society/Monarchy/The-Royal-Wedding/
http://www.news.at/articles/1024/43/271222/die-hochzeit-jahres-live-news-at-alle-bilder-prinzessin-victoria-daniel
http://www.smp.se/nyheter/tt_inrikes/folj-prinsessbrollopet%281978309%29.gm
http://www.bt.se/lasvart/prinsessbrollopet/bildextra-se-rykande-aktuella-bilder-fran-prinsessbrollopet%281978158%29.gm
http://www.barometern.se/nyheter/bildextra-farska-bilder-fran-brollopet%281978658%29.gm
http://www.aftonbladet.se/brollopet/
http://www.aftenposten.no/spesial/article3697417.ece
http://na.se/victoriaochdaniel
http://www.mtv3.fi/ohjelmat/sivusto2008.shtml/viihde/kruununprinsessan_haat/alasivu?1141077
http://www.gp.se/nyheter/sverige/victoriadaniel

Shoot It Live in Computer Sweden

Computer Sweden

Last Friday, we received a visit from Marcus Jerräng (@blisk) for an article in Computer Sweden and now it has been published!

The title reads “The Royal Wedding a boost for Swedish IT company” and now, two days after the wedding, it feels undeniably like a huge boost (more on that in a later post).

The article is very comprehensive and explains in detail what we are doing, what customers we have and our next step. We think it’s a brilliant article and a very good summary of the benefits with Shoot It Live. Thanks for a great article Marcus!

Read the article here!